A survey conducted by Carers Trust has found that young carers and young adult carers have been significantly impacted by the ongoing pandemic, with mental health cited as the leading concern.
Ninety autistic young people from across London and their families will benefit from new technology thanks to a grant from the London Freemasons.
As face masks become mandatory, face mask exempt products are being produced for people who can’t wear a mask.
The UK’s leading stroke charity has warned that research faces a long-term threat due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced plans today (8 July) to prevent mass unemployment due to the ongoing pandemic, but charities say more needs to be done to support young people with disabilities.
Promoting the voices of people living with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic, charity CBM has launched a new campaign: My Story.
The RNIB has launched its #WorldUpsideDown campaign in order to raise awareness of the challenges social distancing has on people with visual impairments.
A host of celebrities are encouraging people to get behind a Surrey charity’s 85th anniversary celebrations by taking part in its virtual fundraiser this August.
The countdown for the Paralympics has been reset, and to build excitement, British Blind Sport has released a Paralympian Podcast series.
Guide Dogs have asked the general public to ‘keep their distance, but don’t disappear’ – to help those trying to social distance with sight loss.
Learning Disability Week is well under way, and the theme for this year is the importance of friendships during lockdown.
A charity, which has been at the heart of the Surrey community for more than 85 years this June, is still facing an uncertain future due to the impact of COVID-19 on its fundraising and donations.
Staff from a housing service in New Milton dedicated to supporting people with learning disabilities has launched a unique project to explain social distancing.
Figures released for Carers Week show that 400,000 additional people in Scotland are caring for older, disabled or seriously ill relatives or friends since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community has never been more important than it is now, and during Volunteers’ Week 2020 it’s time to celebrate the people who have been giving back.